Published on November 16th, 2017 | by Chuck21
$35 Moneymaker with Swagbucks + Hulu
- Swagbucks is currently offering 3500 Swagbucks when signing up for Hulu Live TV for $39.99 per month
- Swagbucks is currently offering 3000 Swagbucks when signing up for an ordinary Hulu subscription
- Amex has an offer available to get $50 off $50 with Hulu. It’s no longer available for enrollment, those who have it saved can use it until 5/23/18.
- Some Bank of America cardholders (and other banks) are targeted to get $15 back on a Hulu Live TV subscription; others might have an offer to get $7.99 back on a standard Hulu subscription
The Fine Print
- SB Awarded within 24 hours.
- Please note: If you cancel your membership within 7 days, your SB may be revoked.
- Offer applies to new and eligible returning subscribers only. Existing Hulu subscribers are not eligible.
- This offer may only be redeemed (1) one time per user.
- If you do not receive credit within 24 hours, please reach out to our Customer Service team
- The optimal deal scenario is to sign up for the 3500 Live TV offer, pay the $39.99 + tax for one month, then downgrade to a standard $7.99 monthly plan. With tax, you should end up just over the $50 Amex threshold.
- Another scenario could be to do the 3000 SB deal and pay with a Bank of America card if you have an offer to get $7.99 back and net the free Swagbucks. Or pay with an Amex and keep the plan for a few months to meet the $50 threshold (use add-ons or whatnot to pump your numbers up)
This could be an excellent moneymaker if played well. It should work even for those who did previous Hulu deals on Swagbucks (so long as you aren’t currently a subscriber) since this Live TV deal is probably considered a new deal. (Usually Swagbucks lets you know when you can do a deal when you click through.)
A couple things to keep in mind:
- Remember to cancel when you no longer want the Hulu subscription. Put it on your calendar, whatever.
- Bear in mind that some people end up having problems either with the portal tracking or with Swagbucks deactivating their account for reasons which aren’t clear, so keep the risks in mind.